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Harvard President To Revise Works After Alleged Plagiarism Brought To Light

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Harvard University’s president, Claudine Gay, faced plagiarism allegations, prompting an investigation.

The university admitted to finding “a few instances of inadequate citation” but concluded that she did not violate research misconduct standards.

However, Gay will make corrections to two published works.

The controversy arose after questions were raised about her PhD dissertation on social media. (Trending: Democrat Excludes White People From Holiday Party In Controversial Email)

Some academics whose work resembled Gay’s did not feel she had plagiarized them, while others, like Anne Williamson, a professor at the University of Miami in Ohio, expressed discontent.

“It does look like plagiarism to me,” Williamson said.

“If they are going to do what they did, then I should be cited as a reference. My first reaction is shock.”

“The second reaction is puzzlement. There was a way to draw from my paper. All she had to do is give me a credit.”

The situation adds to criticism of Gay’s congressional testimony on Harvard’s response to anti-Semitism.

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